Hike through

Devils Tower Country


If you love to hike, you’re going to love Devils Tower Country. Within Devils Tower National Monument, several miles of trails of varying difficulty levels are available. Visitors marvel at not only Devils Tower, but the flora, fauna and wildlife. Don’t miss the prairie dog town, a visitor favorite!

While Devils Tower lies at the heart of Devils Tower Country, the surrounding countryside speaks to the explorer in all of us. The Bearlodge National Forest offers a wide variety of trails ranging in both difficulty and length. We encourage you to visit the USDA Forest Service’s website for recreational activities for more information and a complete list of trails. The Bearlodge Ranger District office in Sundance, located at 101 S. 21st Street, offers maps and additional information. The office can be reached via phone at 307-283-1361.

Wyoming’s Black Hills are a unique area worth exploring. The landscape and the plants that grow here are unlike any other area in the state. The region is home to mule deer, elk, a variety of birds and best known for its wild turkey and white-tail deer populations.